Rain or shine, day or night, athletic or maybe leaning more to history and culture - there really is something for everyone in Sandy Springs!
With more than 950 acres of parkland, Sandy Springs residents and visitors, of all ages, can enjoy the many activities found in any one of the city’s 13 parks.
Sandy Springs Tennis Center which was named by Tennis Magazine as “one of the finest public facilities in the country.” 24-lighted courts are available to help you get your game on.
Providing a natural border to the northern part of the City, the Chattahoochee River offers more than 20 miles of beautiful shoreline.
The powerful, moving exhibit provides visitors a chance to learn, explore, share and remember the history and lessons of the Holocaust and its continued relevance today.
Boasting a museum, natural springs and gardens, this expansive park setting brings a relaxing respite to the hustle and bustle of the city.
For more ideas and information on attractions and things to do in Sandy Springs and around the metro area, Sandy Springs Hospitality and Tourism is a great resource, whether planning a day for the family or a week related to a company gathering.